- Bolton, Robert Philip, 1945- author.
- ISBN 9780473321352
"Nothing much ever happens in Robinson Street, Blythewillow, and for Phyllis, Graham, Karen, Charlie Downs and Monkey Oldfield, and most of the other residents of the New Zealand town, that's just the way they like it. With The Arclight cinema, The Record Reign, Wake's butchers, the garden, and Monkey Oldfield's brand new chicken coop, the residents of Robinson Street have everything they need. So when Clint appears in the garden one night and tells Phyllis that it's all about to change she doesn't know what to think. Within days there are changes at The Arclight, and Clint's isn't the only ghost making its presence felt. Long forgotten events from the past bring visitors from the outside world; from the city, Australia and from Los Angeles, with news, offers and veiled threats. Are these the changes promised by Clint? And can the residents of Blythewillow save their town's bucolic charm? Only time will tell as Karen and Graham and Jehoiada Hartsfield - the charming young city lawyer - peel back the layers of Blythewillow's forgotten history to discover Clint's secret treasure"--Back cover.
- Other Versions
- Online version: Underneath the arclight
- [Auckland] : [Robert Philip Bolton], 
- 183 pages ;22 cm
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